Who is Liable for a Car Accident in Delaware?

Nobody expects to be involved in a car accident in Delaware, yet motor vehicle collisions happen more often than you might think. When a crash does occur that results in serious or life-threatening injuries, it is critical to determine liability and to seek compensation from the responsible party. Who is liable for a car accident…

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What Steps Do I Need to Take After a Workplace Injury?

After a serious workplace injury, it is critical to know about the steps you should take in order to preserve your ability to obtain workers’ compensation benefits in Delaware. To be clear, under Delaware law, there are certain actions you will need to take in order to be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. While it…

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Common Child Injuries in the Summer

As the summer approaches, it is important for parents and caregivers in Delaware to consider certain seasonal hazards that could result in serious child injuries. While the summer is often a time for recreation given that kids are on summer vacation from school, there are a wide variety of summertime sports and activities that can…

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Workers’ Compensation as an Exclusive Remedy: What You Should Know

Anyone who sustains an injury on the job in Delaware or contracts an occupational disease should be learning about options for seeking workers’ compensation benefits in order to cover medical bills and lost wages, and to compensate for temporary and permanent disabilities. If you begin researching the workers’ compensation process in Delaware, you might learn…

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Manchor v. Merck & Co.

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a scarring and disfigurement claim on behalf of one of its clients.  Our client was involved in a work-related injury on February 17, 2018 and sustained a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder.  Our client had arthroscopic surgery and had five scars from the procedure. …

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Tisdale v. State of Delaware.

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a claim on behalf of one of its clients when we filed a petition for permanent impairment to our client’s left upper extremity.  Our client was injured on June 4, 2020 as a medical assistant in nursing for the State of Delaware Psychiatric Center when she…

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Olliver v. The Home Depot U.S.A., Inc.

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a case on behalf of one of its clients against his Employer and it’s worker’s compensation insurance company.  Our client was injured on April 11, 2019 when he was loading material while employed at the Home Depot.  Our client injured his back and proceeded through conservative…

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Pierce v. Tradesman International

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful at a disfigurement hearing held to determine the compensation due for our client’s injury to his hand; specifically, the crushing of his fifth (pinky) finger.  The Industrial Accident Board agreed with our firm’s argument that our client’s disfigurement was clearly disfigured and that the Claimant credibly testified to…

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Robinson v. Redner’s MD/DE

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in pursuing a claim on behalf of our clients in a contested case wherein the worker’s compensation insurance carrier denied that our client injured herself in a work accident.  Our client was originally injured on May 24, 2018 which the Employer and worker’s compensation insurance company acknowledged as…

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Laird v. Bayhealth Medical Center

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a case on behalf of one of our clients in the case of Laird v. Bayhealth Medical Center.  Our client was injured on May 13, 2020 while she was moving an operating table to the surgery center.  The table weighed approximately 600 pounds and ultimately fell…

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